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Woman arrested for wearing thong in public

Published On: May 24 2013 02:14:22 PM CDT   Updated On: May 27 2013 08:59:34 AM CDT
Tiara Monique Garness

Myrtle Beach Police Department

A North Carolina woman was arrested Friday morning for wearing a thong swimsuit in public.

Tiara Monique Garness, 22, of High Point, N.C., was charged with indecent exposure after officers in Myrtle Beach, S.C., warned her about wearing the skimpy suit, The Sun News of Myrtle Beach reported.

She was arrested at about 5 a.m., Conway, S.C., TV station WPDE reported.

According to police, she was warned twice by officers to cover herself up.

Garness was taken to the Myrtle Beach Jail and held on a $649 cash bond, according to The Sun News.

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